Listed in the National Archives as "Npc 9204Japanese newsreels of war 1942
" but I think portions of this are from the 1942 newsreelAcualities Du Monde No 17.
Perhaps a native Japanese speaker could help me out.
Description at the National Archives: "1) MS Japanese ground troops advancing in Malay toward Singapore.
2) LS Western style building in Singapore.
3) MS British soldier.
4) MLS Japanese flag flying on top of building.
5) MS Japanese soldiers cheering after capture of Singapore.
6) A-G LS Corregidor. 7) A-G LS Corregidor being bombed.
8) MLS Japanese marines landing on beach covered with barbed wire.
9) MS Captured U.S. soldiers.
10) MS High ranking U.S. and Japanese officers having conference in hut.
11) LS General view of island.
12) MS Devastated building.
13) MS 14" gun.
14) MS Various captured items. 15) MS Basement of captured fortress; British soldiers sitting at tables. 16) LS Exterior shot of fortress.
17) MLS People waving Japanese flags on streets; Japanese officer passing by in automobile.
18) MS General Homma, Japanese Commander of Philippine action, walking and saluting.
19) MS Japanese field troops advancing in Burma; troops carrying gear on their backs; trucks carrying ammunition, etc.
20) MS Japanese soldiers advancing in native residential district as natives watch from streets; natives giving water to soldiers and horses; Burma flags hoisted by crowd on street.
21) MS Wounded British soldier talking with Japanese officers (this British soldier has been captured).
22) MS Japanese tanks and soldiers advancing on road.
23) MLS Japanese army truck approaching bridge that was wrecked by British.
24) MLS Japanese tanks on hill.
25) MS Japanese field gun in action.
26) LS PAN; Japanese field artillery and tanks in field.
27) MS Japanese tanks lined up on side of road.
28) MS Japanese soldiers pulling small field gun on road.
29) MS Scene of wreckage with troops advancing."
National Archives Identifier: 78715
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